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Brian Edwards Dumped From National Radio

Thursday, 23 December 1999, 10:35 am | Jonathan Hill

National Radio’s star broadcaster Brian Edwards has been dumped from his best rating show ‘Top of the Morning’ which plays on Saturday mornings. More >>

Photo Essay - The Wellington Waterfront Plans

Wednesday, 22 December 1999, 3:33 pm | Jonathan Hill

In the interests of informing the public Scoop has taken a number of photographs which show plans for massive building development on the Wellington Waterfront. More >>

Tonight’s Moon Biggest Kiwis Will Ever See

Wednesday, 22 December 1999, 11:22 am | Jonathan Hill

For the first time since 1866 the Summer Solstice and a full moon will coincide tonight, with the moon being the biggest and brightest moon you are ever likely to see. More >>

Big Victory For Kiwi Cricketers

Monday, 20 December 1999, 3:48 pm | Jonathan Hill

The Black Caps have pulled off a huge win against all odds over an astounded West Indian side in Hamilton today, thanks largely to the magnificent efforts of Kiwi all-rounder Chris Cairns. More >>

The Week Ahead In Parliament - New Govt Takes Over

Monday, 20 December 1999, 9:59 am | Jonathan Hill

The first parliament with a new government for nine years opens today and the rest of the week promises to be both busy and bruising. More >>

Black Caps In Box Seat On Day Five

Monday, 20 December 1999, 9:08 am | Jonathan Hill

In a see-sawing match the Black Caps are in the box seat in the first test match against the West Indies in Hamilton. More >>

13 Suspected bin Laden Terrorists Arrested

Thursday, 16 December 1999, 11:54 am | Jonathan Hill

Thirteen people believed to have links to Saudi terrorist Osama bin Laden have been arrested in Jordan on suspicion of plotting terrorist attacks against Americans over the New Year. More >>

Grozny Assault Underway - Troops Enter Outskirts

Thursday, 16 December 1999, 11:00 am | Jonathan Hill

The Moscow Times reports that Russian troops have blasted their way into the outskirts of the Chechen capital of Grozny and are now engaging rebel soldiers in the besieged city. More >>

Greens Flex Muscle Over Party Hopping Bill

Thursday, 16 December 1999, 10:00 am | Jonathan Hill

It appears Green concern over the coalition’s anti-party hopping legislation will see the bill delayed until 2000. More >>

Cabinet Moves On Loans, Minimum Wage, F-16's

Tuesday, 14 December 1999, 10:28 am | Jonathan Hill

The government has moved fast on student loans, saying students who enrol at tertiary institutions early next year will pay no interest on their loans while studying or while earning under $25,000. More >>

Joseph Heller - Author of 'Catch-22' - Dies

Tuesday, 14 December 1999, 10:11 am | Jonathan Hill

Joseph Heller, the man who coined the phrase ‘catch-22’ for a no-win situation in his epic war novel has died at the age of 76. More >>

Y2K Will Have Only 'Moderate' Impact - Report

Tuesday, 14 December 1999, 9:42 am | Jonathan Hill

The Y2K computer bug is expected to cause numerous errors in worldwide computer systems, however the combined impact will only be moderate, a United Nations-created information clearing house says. More >>

Albright Warns Americans Of New Year Terrorism

Monday, 13 December 1999, 2:44 pm | Jonathan Hill

US Secretary of State Madeleine Albright has warned Americans travelling abroad to be on the alert for possible terrorist attacks over the New Year holiday period. More >>

Scoop Images Continued From The Signing - 2

Friday, 10 December 1999, 3:31 pm | Jonathan Hill

More Signing In Pics. More >>

Scoop Images: Swearing In The New Government - 1

Friday, 10 December 1999, 3:30 pm | Jonathan Hill

Pictures From The Signing In Of The New Government. More >>

Coalition Now A Minority Government

Friday, 10 December 1999, 8:52 am | Jonathan Hill

The coalition agreement between Labour and the Alliance is now an agreement for a minority government after the Greens snatched a seventh seat off Labour, cutting the coalition to just 59 seats. More >>

Bunkle Welcomes Green Ex-Colleagues to Parliament

Friday, 10 December 1999, 12:20 am | Jonathan Hill

Ex-Green MP and Alliance Minister Phillida Bunkle said she was very pleased to learn that her ex-colleagues had made it into parliament and was looked forward to working closely with them. More >>

Three Dead in Hokianga Stabbing

Friday, 10 December 1999, 12:08 am | Jonathan Hill

Three people including two young children have been found stabbed to death in a Northland House just west of Kaikohe this morning. More >>

Greens Could Get Seventh MP on Specials

Wednesday, 8 December 1999, 2:45 pm | Jonathan Hill

The Greens are looking good to get their seventh MP into parliament as a result of the special votes which are still being counted. More >>

Oklahoma Teenage Shooter Used Dad's Gun, Bullets

Wednesday, 8 December 1999, 2:22 pm | Jonathan Hill

The Oklahoma teenager who opened fire on his classmates on Monday used a semi-automtic pistol and ammunition taken from his father’s wardrobe. More >>

 

 

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